Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 More earthquakes in central Italy
  2. 2 please help me plan first trip to europe
  3. 3 getting to CDG
  4. 4 Towersey, London
  5. 5 Single mom w/ 8 mo baby traveling to Paris and London
  6. 6 Stop between Umbria and Firenze
  7. 7 Day trips ideas from Lausanne, Switzerland
  8. 8 Preliminary planning -- a month in Greece
  9. 9 Initial itinerary - 1 month in Greece
  10. 10 Swiss Alps in the Spring-Some Questions
  11. 11 Rome, Florence and Venice for each city 2 days
  12. 12 Paris getaway with my daughter hotel ideas
  13. 13 Cycling with KIDS - Dordogne, France, (Combiers) APRIL 2017
  14. 14 Northern Spain vs Portugal, where spend more time ?
  15. 15 Figueres: trains and timing from Barcelona
  16. 16 2 Months - Dubrovnik to Frankfurt Itinerary
  17. 17 How many nights to spend in Granada and Malaga & a few other questions
  18. 18 UK in July -- early planning stages
  19. 19 Amalfi Coast help
  20. 20 Another northern Italy itinerary.
  21. 21 Cetona, Barbarino Val d'elsa or Greve?
  22. 22 Paris to Nice - 4x 50 somethings and 5 nights - what to do!
  23. 23 Ireland in April
  24. 24 Trip Report No Reservations...our laidback Paris Christmas
  25. 25 Iceland 9 Days Late March - Review Itinerary!
View next 25 » Back to the top

Flying into MAD @7:40AM, which train time should I reserve from Atocha?

Jump to last reply

We are scheduled to fly into Madrid arriving on a Wednesday morning at 7:40AM and will only have carry-on luggage so won't have any checked bags to wait for. I am worried about allowing enough time to get to the train station, in case our flight is delayed. We plan to take an AVE train from Madrid Atocha rail station to Seville and I see that they depart every hour on the hour. Which train time should we reserve, 11AM or noon? I am thinking we may buy Promo+ train tickets because those say that they can be changed for a fee, has anyone done this? Thanks in advance for any advice.

13 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement